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The US EPA created the Envirofacts Warehouse to provide the public with direct access to the wealth of information contained in its databases. The Envirofacts Warehouse allows you to retrieve environmental information from various EPA databases.
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Index / General Resources / Houston Area

The Houston area, and the Gulf Coast in general, is laced by numerous growth faults which are geological hazards that are known to impact and damage house slabs, building-support structures, highways and associated foundations. Water-supply wells and pipelines, oil and gas wells and pipelines, and other anthropogenic structures are also affected by growth faults, and have cost millions of dollars to repair over the years as a result of the small, but significant, movement of these faults. At depth, these faults have created economically important oil and gas reservoirs, sulfur and uranium depo... More →
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Next Exit History is an archaeological application that offers the history of more than 5,600 sites. It was produced by Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA), who supports heritage tourism, cultural resource management, historical research, and litigation support services for public and private clients throughout North America. Since 1974, HRA has been helping its clients understand the past to solve current problems and interpret local, regional, and national history. This page shows the Houston area sites of particular interest.
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According to the Texas Public Information Act, Chapter 552 of Texas Government Code, public information is collected and kept by the Texas government for the purpose of its function. All government information is deemed to be available to the public, with the exception of certain documents that would violate personal privacy rights, endanger citizens or government entities, or are confidential by law.

Public records are materials and documents stored by a government entity and made accessible to the public. These often include deeds, mortgages, property records, land records, judgme... More →
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